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  1. #1
    CaptainZossima

    Bulldoze

    I have rented a bulldozer. I am sneaking onto a beach near Sebastian Inlet. I figure I've got a four hour window of opportunity. I have three metal detectors. One, only one, good friend with me. In the next two weeks I'm making my move. Somebody here said it. If we had a bulldozer...we'd be rich. I'm doing it. I hope to report it's a success. I'm only sharing it here because I'm among friends. Wish me luck. Captain Z. lost in neverland.

  2. #2
    Charter Member
    um
    Jul 2004
    Broward Co.
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    Re: Bulldoze

    I GUESS THE CAPTAIN WENT DOWN WITH HIS SHIP.I MEAN BULLDOZER!
    In the land of the blind, the one eyed man is King.


  3. #3
    KAA

    Re: Bulldoze

    Actually bulldozing is not a bad idea, I am in the oil and gas business and while doing field workin North Central Texas, I found a Ordvician age coral reef exposed on the surface of the ground... a very rare find.

    While preparing a drill site as a "favor" the bulldozer moved some rock around and leveled the ground and have found thousands of 200-300 million year old sea fossils.. crinoids, shell fish, goofy looking fish, bone& teeth, trilobites and ammonites.

    Not gold and silver but almost as much fun to turn up a nice fossil.

  4. #4
    Charter Member
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    Jul 2004
    Broward Co.
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    Re: Bulldoze

    Quote Originally Posted by KAA
    Actually bulldozing is not a bad idea, I am in the oil and gas business and while doing field workin North Central Texas, I found a Ordvician age coral reef exposed on the surface of the ground... a very rare find.

    While preparing a drill site as a "favor" the bulldozer moved some rock around and leveled the ground and have found thousands of 200-300 million year old sea fossils.. crinoids, shell fish, goofy looking fish, bone& teeth, trilobites and ammonites.

    Not gold and silver but almost as much fun to turn up a nice fossil.
    YEAH,JUST DON'T SHOW UP ON THE TREASURE COAST BEACHES WITH ONE!THAT 4-HOUR WINDOW CAPT.ZOSSIMA WAS TALKING ABOUT WOULD LAST ABOUT 4-MINUTES.H.H.-BTW-I AGREE WITH YOU ABOUT THE FOSSILS.I HAVE A FEW MYSELF,I JUST DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY ARE.ONE LOOKS LIKE A BIRD,WITH FERNS ALSO IN IT.
    In the land of the blind, the one eyed man is King.


  5. #5
    Charter Member
    hn
    Pirate of the Ays

    May 2004
    La Ceiba
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    Re: Bulldoze

    Was it not Kip Wagner and the Reale 8 group that was the first to use a Bulldozer on the Treasure Coast in the hunt for treasure (with limited success)? Sounds like a plan, I will start the paperwork since the current leases with the state only go to the low tide line.

 

 

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